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Re: okay so i did the factory reset
Thanks. Smart people are just the best!
Makes sense because even though the reset isn't supposed to touch the card, in my ignorant paranoia i removed the card before i did it. I did take those files off the card later, i just didn't know where they were since it shows as all one file with subfolders when i connected it to my laptop (successfully that one time). Maybe a replacement stock battery is the next thing, if it shuts down again. I'm all kinds of happy my alarm went off this morning, so i'm in a forgiving mood. For now. Until the next thing goes wrong.
This phone and carrier have tried my patience. Got it in December 10, and by January I was having a replacement screen put in, no fault of mine. It had a dead spot right down the middle. When i was taking the spare case off of it yesterday, the screen looked like it was going to come completely off the phone in one corner. My keyboard cracked because the slide is so tight and the keys are scraped. Took Sprint forever to get Froyo out, and I still haven't been able to use 4g at home or at work, despite being promised Froyo within a month of buying the phone, and 4g shortly after. I was never able to use e-mail app that came on the phone until the GB update. K-9 worked, but not totally reliable. Now Sprint is supposedly working on this really fast 4g. The Sprint store was smart enough this time to admit they have no idea when that will be working. I really wanted give Sprint a try, being the underdog and all, but I've been sadly disappointed. Was a bad move to change from T-Mobile after 12 years. Gadget envy doesn't always work out well. Meanwhile, my kid is still using a the Droid 1 that she rooted, that's been dropped a zillion times. It gives her no grief at all.